The Minnesota Boychoir has been around since 1962 and currently over 150 singers. Based out of the Landmark Center, the group has performed with the Minnesota Orchestra, the Minnesota Opera, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony, the Prague Philharmonic. The have also sung on Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion on National Public Radio. The goal of the the choir is to train young men between the ages of 6 to 18 to be outstanding musicians. It also works toward helping them develop a sense of poise and self-confidence by teaching them to sing well, stand tall, stay on schedule, take pride in appearance and respect authority.
Look for a FREE annual Mother's Day concert at the Landmark Center each May. Find other upcoming performances on their website.
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More About Minnesota Boychoir
The Minnesota Boychoir was formed in 1962 to teach boys between 7 and 18 the choral arts. The boys not only learn to sing at a professional level, they also learn easily overlooked but necessary skills for a successful adulthood. They learn how to stand tall, keep a schedule, take pride in their appearance, respect authority and continually strive for excellence. The goal of the Minnesota Boychoir is not only to produce outstanding musicians but also young men of character.
Boychoir Bootcamp - Summer Camps
The boychoir offers summer bootcamp for boys ages 6 to 12 who love to sing. Boys do not need to be part of the choir to take part in camps. Scholarships are available. We share dates and prices in our annual summer camp guide.